Julian Hill

Senior Project Manager (London)

020 7410 2254 jhill@mola.org.uk

Julian is a Senior Project Manager, managing the delivery of assessment reports, articles and book and publication projects for MOLA field projects. Julian has worked in archaeology in London since April 1982, when he first joined the Museum of London Department of Urban Archaeology. He has worked on and directed many multi-period sites in the City of London, though most of his recent work has focussed on the excavation and analysis of Roman archaeology.

He is the author of a MOLA Studies Paper on Roman buildings at 72–75 Cheapside and major MOLA Monograph on the excavation at 1 Poultry, a complex sequence of over 60 Roman buildings ranging from the mid 1st–to late–4th century. His experience also includes work on cemeteries and Roman and medieval waterfronts and, as a Site Director, the monumental Roman buildings beneath Cannon Street station and part of the Dominican Priory at Blackfriars. Julian has also worked abroad, on medieval domestic buildings in Ferrara, Italy, and the Roman port at Caesaria Maritima in Israel.

In addition to managing the delivery programme, his current post also involves editorial overview and quality control to ensure that MOLA continues to produce well-presented articles and books describing the sites it has excavated.

Julian has a degree in history from Cambridge University, an MA in medieval archaeology from University College London and is a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.

Julian Hill MOLA

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The Project Managers at MOLA successfully deliver on some of the most challenging archaeological and built heritage projects across the UK. Experts in complex urban sites, large open-area rural sites and above-ground built heritage, our Project Managers understand the pressures of construction and adeptly manage programmes to meet time and budget constraints.

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